Funds at ACF
Funds at ACF are created by individuals, nonprofit organizations, and family foundations to foster and encourage philanthropy in Alaska. If you are interested in opening a fund at ACF go to our start a fund page.
Donate to a Fund
When you give to one of the funds below, you create a philanthropic ripple effect that is felt across Alaska. Whether it’s $25 or $250,000, your investment in Alaska makes a real difference and builds continuing support that benefits Alaska now and in the future.
To find a specific fund to which you wish to donate, enter the fund’s name. To narrow your search, use fund categories, such as “scholarship” or “field of interest.”
To search for a cause that you care about, you can use the “categories,” “interest,” and “region” dropdowns to narrow your search.
Thank you for giving through ACF and for all you do for your community.
Help build a legacy of compassion and generosity that will create lasting support for Alaskan nonprofits and communities.
A fund to support public education on drug abuse in partnership with the Municipality of Anchorage.
This fund is intended to be a long-term fund to meet the immediate and ongoing needs of the AMIPA.
An agency fund to support the Alaska Museum of Natural History, a nonprofit, science-education museum focused on the exploration and understanding of Alaska’s unique geological, cultural, and ecological history.
A fund to support Alaska Native families with the costs associated with cancer treatment.
An endowment designated to support the programs and activities of the Alaska Native Heritage Center. The fund was established through a gift from the Kreielsheimer Remainder Foundation.
The purpose of the Alaska Native Students in Arts and Media Fund (ANSAM) is to support Alaska Native students who want to pursue higher education in media and/or visual arts.…
The donor establishes this Fund with the intent to promote leadership and volunteer community service through the Alaska Points of Light Youth Leadership Institute (PYLI), particularly among under-resourced, middle, high…